Youth Sports Program Instructor | Multiple Locations at YMCA of Greater Des Moines

Posted in General Business 4 days ago.

Type: Full-Time
Location: Waukee, Iowa

Job Description:

There's nothing like working at the Y!
At the Y, strengthening community is our cause. Our staff members are people who drive this cause - it is because of our drive, our passion, our belief in others, and our belief in the strength of our mission that we are able to make a difference - every day.

JOB LOCATION: Waukee & West Des Moines
HOURS/DAYS SCHEDULE: Monday-Thursday in West Des Moines (9:00am-Noon) and Waukee (12:30-3:30pm)
PAY RANGE: $10.50-$12.25/hour
CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: July 13, 2022 - Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

Operating within the policies, procedures, and practices of the YMCA of Greater Des Moines, this position is responsible for leading and instructing program participants in assigned programs.


Lead / teach / demonstrate the activities in the assigned program area.
Conduct program in a fun, positive atmosphere.
Ability to follow and implement curriculum provided by others.
Address participants' concerns and notify supervisor.
Relate to individual participants on a professional basis at all times.
Assist leadership with developing the program curriculum.
Monitor and maintain equipment.
Ensure safety of participants by enforcing policies and disciplinary rules.
Report specific problems or needs to supervisor or designated staff person.
Create an environment that welcomes all types of participants from varying levels and backgrounds

Communicate with the program participants about information regarding program
Know emergency procedures and be able to demonstrate them.
Perform additional duties as assigned by supervisor or designated staff person.

Demonstrate and support the objectives of the Association as embodied in the mission statement and values.

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